Saturday, October 8, 2011

Kerchers hint that they're Mignini's puppets

Before heading home to Britain, the Kerchers held a news conference in Perugia, saying they were still baffled over how a conviction "that was so certain two years ago has been so dramatically overturned."
"Ultimately we accept the decision and respect the court, but we do find that we are left looking at this again. We are back at square one, left wondering what truly happened," he said. "It is my understanding that we will go ahead and appeal the decision."

In other words, they're apparently working with Mignini and those who will continue his witch hunt once he is convicted on appeal of abusing his office. Mignini isn't interested in justice, but its precise opposite: freeing the "poor unfortunate" Rudy Guede ASAP and tormenting Knox and Sollecito for the rest of their lives.

There is no mystery about how the original conviction was overturned - truth and justice prevailed over organized Satanism. The Daily Mail grumbled about Knox unexpectedly having the tremendous resources required to pull off this Herculean task, without which she would be locked in a cage, being tormented out of her mind for the rest of her life, for the "crime" of living. In the process, she performed a service to mankind, by exposing the railroad-job for what it was, and Mignini for the monster he is.

If there is any way to objectively examine the hard drives which might provide Knox and Sollecito with alibis, this should be done if only to put an end to the insinuations that Knox is anything other than a young woman who acted unconventionally under pressure.